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Kitchen & Co.

While in Kansas over the last few days, I had the pleasure of hanging out with my aunt and uncle. I got to experience and whole new slew of firsts: Cheesecake Factory, Trader Joe’s, breakfast out in the Kansas air, and getting classy while drinking wine at a sidewalk cafe. Marilyn and I did a little shopping and in her Marilyn way, she ended up buying me a cookbook.

I thumbed through Kitchen & Co. while we were in the store and I instantly fell in love. It catches your eye right away with it’s visual stimulating photographs. I’ve been looking through it while I’m riding the train back to East Bay and, oh my goodness, this cookbook is divine. I definitely cannot wait to try out the recipes.

As I’m going through it (I’m almost done with Spring. It goes by seasons! How cute!), I’m noticing that these recipes aren’t your everyday, run-of-the-mill, kind of recipes. They’re unique, fun, colorful, and I’m sure tasteful.

Kitchen & Co. is written by Rosie French and Elle Grace of Salad Club, a food blog that hails from Brixton, London. I had never heard of Salad Club until today, but I’m definitely enjoying their home on the internet.

Now…which recipe to try first…



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